Looking for a small and attractive-looking and affordable bluetooth speaker isn't always easy. The Sugr Cube checks off all three boxes while still sounding fantastic. Coming in both Maple and Cherry finishes, it's wonderfully compact (4") and can belt out those tunes for up to eight hours.
Remember when people use to say "that guy is a man's man" and other now-outdated things? Well, this is a speaker's speaker. The Sonos PLAY:3 is probably one of the best sounding speakers for less than $300 that exists. I've always been a Bose fan, myself, but hearing the Sonos makes me feel like I've been misled all my life. Coming in both white and black, while it's not small (5 1/4" x 10 1/2" and almost 6 lbs), that heft translates very well into its sound with crazy good bass and highs that hit the mark.
If you're at all familiar with anything else Bang and Olufsen makes--especially other BeoSound and BeoShape products--this won't likely come as a surprise. The BeoSound Shape speaker system isn't one massive wall-mounted piece. In fact, it's customizable thanks to both its modular design and color choices. Optional acoustic damper tiles can be had to enhance poor acoustics in a room because let's get real, here... if you're reading this, odds are "acoustics" hasn't been something you've cared about in the past.